Frederick Forsyth insights on Russian-Ukraine war

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Frederick Forsyth insights on Russian-Ukraine war

Post by LAstry » 23 Mar 2022 13:56

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Re: Frederick Forsyth insights on Russian-Ukraine war

Post by LAstry » 24 Mar 2022 02:29

From Freddick Forsyth ICON reciew at Wikipedia

Set between July 1999 and January 2000, the story revolves around Russian presidential candidate Igor Komarov, head of the right-wing Union of Patriotic Forces (UPF).

A highly popular and charismatic politician, victory is all but guaranteed for Komarov and the UPF in the national elections on 16 January 2000. However, a secret document, later known as the "Black Manifesto", is stolen from his secretary's empty office at UPF headquarters by Leonid Zaitsev, an elderly janitor and ex-soldier who happens to skim through the document while cleaning. The document contains extremely sensitive information regarding Komarov's future policies as president, such as the restoration of slave camps, creation of a one-party state, destruction of political opponents, invasions of the former Soviet republics, and genocide of Russia's ethnic and religious minorities.

26 years later
creation of a one-party state, destruction of political opponents, invasions of the former Soviet republics,

What does the future hold for Russia and the world?

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Re: Frederick Forsyth insights on Russian-Ukraine war

Post by Terry Duncan » 16 Jun 2023 12:09

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